Visitors Guide to
Bed & Breakfasts

in Missouri's Lincoln Hills
Lincoln, Pike, Ralls, and Marion Counties
   
   
Village of the Blue Rose
12533 Highway 79
Clarksville, MO
573-242-3539
  Perched on a hill in Pike County between historic Clarksville and scenic Louisiana, the Village of the Blue Rose has a magnificent panoramic view overlooking the Mississippi River. The Village includes the Lodge Restaurant, four Bed and Breakfast rooms, Flea Market Barn, Red Barn Antique & Collectible shop.
Applegate Bed & Breakfast
738 Frankford Road
Louisiana, MO
573-754-4322
  Get that "down on the farm feeling right on the city limits.". Both the house and the land have a great deal of history attached to them. A breathtaking view of the Mississippi is only halfway up the hill nearest the house. A century-old restored barn is one of the attractive out-buildings.
Cedarcrest Manor
Bed & Breakfast
813 South Fourth Street
Clarksville, MO
573-242-3310
  This distinctive Missouri inn features a private library, heated Romanesque pool, and spacious outdoor verandas. Its rich country warmth is accented by a stunning collection of antiques and a fireplace in every room. Resting upon three acres of land, Cedarcrest offers plenty of space to stretch your legs and connect with the countryside.
Dubach Inn
221 North 5th Street
Hannibal, MO
573-355-1167
  Located within Hannibal’s Historic Downtown District, this beautifully restored 1871 Italianate home offers the ultimate in hospitality, warmth and attention to detail. The casually elegant atmosphere and old-fashioned hospitality will assure that your stay in “America’s Hometown” is a memorable one.
Garden House
Bed & Breakfast
301 North 5th Street
Hannibal, MO
573-221-7800
  Located in Historic Downtown Hannibal, Mark Twain's hometown, on the street once known as Millionaire’s Row because of its beautiful homes and fine architecture, the Garden House Bed & Breakfast beckons guests to lodge in a beautifully restored 1896 Victorian Queen Anne home.  Walk from the house, to the museums, shops, attractions!
Hannibal B & B
at Rockcliffe Mansion

1000 Bird Street
Hannibal, MO
573-221-4140‎
  In 1924, the Cruikshank family left the Mansion. Since 1967 various restoration projects have been completed, creating unique and incredible overnight lodging options for your enjoyment. Come and explore the mansion, enjoy all of its 30 rooms, and marvel at the breathtaking scenery from the rooftop observation deck overlooking the Mississippi River!
Kennedy's Red Barn Inn
22748 Joanna Drive
Perry, MO
573-565-0111
  Come be pampered at this restored barn, located on the Mark Twain Lake, the only Bed and Breakfast on the lake. The barn features original barn wood, rustic ceiling, and wood floors. After a restful night, guests are served a full breakfast from secret family recipes from the large country kitchen.
Lodge at Mark Twain Lake
20884 Monroe County Road 479
Stoutsville, MO
573-672-3230
  At the Lodge, guests have the opportunity to experience Mark Twain Lake from a unique and beautiful perspective and offers gorgeous views of the lake. The Lodge offers several room options that will suit you whether you are on a romantic getaway or a family vacation.
The Painted Lady
111 Bird Street
Hannibal, MO
573-221-6662
  The Painted Lady is located in historic downtown Hannibal, Circa 1900. This unusual private accommodation has two bedrooms with king and twin beds, full kitchen, big screen, cable TV, two person tub, a living room and bedroom view of the river. Walk a few short blocks to visit all the historic sites.
Robard's Mansion
215 North 6th Street
Hannibal, MO
573-248-1218
  Step back in time to the "Gilded Age" in a house built for entertaining Hannibal society, shortly before the turn of the century. John L. Robards, an attorney and lifelong friend of Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain), built this house for his wife and three children in 1871.
Reagan's Queen Anne
313 North Fifth Street
Hannibal, MO
573-221-0774
  Reagan's Queen Anne Historic Bed and Breakfast is the perfect place for your overnight stay.  We're centrally located just 3 blocks from downtown shops, restaurants, the Planter's Barn Theater, galleries and museums. We're looking forward to sharing our Country Magazine featured Breakfast recipes with YOU!
Stone School Inn B & B
Hannibal, MO
5388 County Road 409
Hannibal, MO
573-406-0398
  Stone School Inn Bed & Breakfast was built as a limestone school in 1834 and sits on 13 acres of woods, meadows, and streams. The Stone School Inn Bed & Breakfast offers guests a chance to relax and sample a little bit of history along with fine cuisine.
Garth Woodside Mansion
Bed &Breakfast

11069 New London Gravel Road
Hannibal, MO
573-221-2789
  A Secluded Hannibal Bed And Breakfast Located on 40 Acres Minutes From Town. A Historical Bed and Breakfast Which Midwest Living Calls “a birthday cake of a Victorian house where Twain himself stayed.” Consistently known as thee Bed and Breakfast of Hannibal, Garth provides the ultimate romantic getaway.
Fifth Street Mansion
Hannibal, MO
  213 South Fifth Street
573-221-0445
Louisiana Guest House
Louisiana, MO
  1311 Georgia Street
573-754-6366
Special Inn-Tention
Troy, MO
  298 South Lincoln Drive
636-528-1466
   

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